Flight of Fury Reviews
Flight of Fury surely has to be the worst film to include feature Steven Seagal.
Even worse than ATTACK FORCE, M Keusch, the college level director helps completely destroy whatever the script and actors could have brought to this poor film.
There is an entertaining and unexpected scene in this film which helped relieve the tedium, and that is where 2 female soldiers have a short lesbian romp, out of the blue. At that point I thought the film might U-turn and transform into something entertaining and watchable, but of course, as soon as the breasts were covered again, mediocrity and poor lines continued to be poorly delivered.
The action scenes are particularly awful, the camera shakes like a leaf in a force 10 gale, blurring the images to the point where you seriously wonder what the producers and director were thinking. They couldn't have done a worse job.
Seagal to me was sidelined in the film, I was too distracted by how terrible the film was. Seagal didn't speak a lot and when he did it wasn't anything he hadn't said a million times before in every other film he's done. Usually he'll say something to the effect of "Yes", "No", "I'm going to go and kill the bad guys now". Any lines that he delivers that relate to the story are said with utter disregard, as if he just wants to skip the quiet scenes and start scrapping.
20 minutes toward the end of the film and I was having trouble keeping my eyes from closing, I wanted to instead switch it off, look at the wall for 10 minutes and forget all about this school project of a film. A nightmare. I could speak about other problems of the film, such as the terrible lighting, but just reference some of my previous Seagal films if you need any more detail about it.
0.5/5 - lowest rated film by Seagal so far.
Plot: A United States Air Force special ops agent betrayed by his own agency is forced back into active duty when a top secret stealth bomber is hijacked by a dangerous terrorist group in this action-packed tale of international intrigue starring Steven Seagal. John Sands (Seagal) is the kind of soldier that the military turns to when they need a man who can execute clandestine missions.